At Purlfrost, we have a diverse range of vintage and period window film designs. Whether you are interested in a frosted or stained glass look, our period window film designs are ideal for your property. The results are highly convincing, and the film is cost-effective compared to getting a real patterned glass or stained glass installed. All of our designs are made to your exact requirements. Each product comes with a free application tool, making the period window film easy to apply. All you need is soapy water and the application process is almost instantaneous.Read More
Applying period window film is simple. All you have to do is use application equipment like our mini installation kit and combine it with soapy water. This results in a bubble free application. We even throw in a free application tool with your order. To see how easy the application process is, you can watch our video tutorial.
At Purlfrost, we are committed to supplying quality, durable window film products. We have received some fantastic feedback on Trustpilot and we will continue to refine our approach.
The answer is yes, but make sure the film is not in direct contact with water.
Window film can be used on mirrors, glazed cupboard doors or cabinets, wardrobe doors etc.
All of our designs have been created based on original artwork. They are inspired by Gothic, Victorian, Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods. We start by going through archives and pattern books of original stained glass and patterned glass to find suitable period patterns to create. We then re-create these patterns in a digital format, so that they can easily be re-sized to suit your requirements, and be printed or cut out using our state of the art printers and plotters.
We offer a completely customised service to make sure all designs are scaled to your exact measurements. No matter the shape of your door or window, we can help you find a suitable product.
Yes, we can, but there are limitations. Reproducing the pattern is relatively easy, depending on its complexity, but matching colours and the way the light interacts with the film is not an exact science, so if for example, you are trying to replace a broken pane on a front door to match the remaining one, they will look quite different. Email us a photograph of your existing glass with a few dimensions and measurements and we’ll get back to you with an indication of cost.